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Old 08-20-2007, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wassup guys!

Hey wassup guys im new to the site...and ive been reading alot..alot of useful stuff in here!!


oh and btw..does any of our fellow members knows how to set the clock on my 00' 328Ci?
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oh and btw..does any of our fellow members knows how to set the clock on my 00' 328Ci?
Yeah it's in your owners manual. i don't remember precisely because I do it twice a year on my mothers car. I think it's somethign to the effect of putting the key in the #1 or #2 position in the ignition and holding down the clock button until it blinks. Then using the m (manual) left and right buttons to adjust.
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I think once the key is in the correct position (not sure if its #1 or #2) you have to do it by holding down one of the knobs in the guage cluster, and twisting the other one.
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Welcome! Who needs the clock anyways

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Welcome.

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E46 Clock:
To adjust
With the ignition key in position 1 or
higher and the time displayed in the
instrument cluster.
To set ahead: turn the right button to
the right.
To set back: turn the right button to the
left.
The adjustment speed will increase the
longer you continue to hold the right
button.
To change the display mode: press the
right button briefly.
Every time you press the button, the
clock display alternates between the
12-hour and 24-hour mode.
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You can download the manual from bmwusa.com (owner's circle section).
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thank you for the welcome! and i got to figure it out!! thank you again! site is great btw!
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